Quinny Quinny Yezz

Published on July 27th, 2012 | by ConnorSephton

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The Quinny Yezz: For public transport users

Design
Manoeuvrability
Practicality
Breaking Mechanism
Value

Summary:

3.8


If you’re a regular public transport user and need a lightweight pram that’s easy to get on and off the bus, train or tube, the Quinny Yezz could be your ideal pushchair.

At just 5kg, the Yezz really is an uber-light stroller. How have Quinny managed to strip so much weight from this product? Essentially, it’s the IXEF plastic chassis and thin yet ultra-strong seating material that allow it. The skate wheels are also featherweight, despite being resilient enough to take on rugged terrain types.

Unlike most strollers, the Yezz doesn’t have an adjustable seat, rendering it unsuitable for newborns. Despite this, the seat is naturally curved to allow your child to take that all-important nap whilst being pushed. One more significant flaw with this product is the fold mechanism, which is stubborn and difficult to operate.

Ultimately, the Yezz is the number one pushchair for those whose priority in a stroller is a lightweight build. Alas, if it’s a feature-packed product you want: look elsewhere.

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